News about simulators and training procedures.
Garmin has selected FlightSafety International as the “preferred online training provider” for the G1000, the avionics suite that Cessna chose for the Cita
The FAA wonders why pilots occasionally land on taxiways, and in new Engineering Brief No.
The FAA received a fair number of comprehensive comments during the 30-day comment period for the proposed special regulations (SFAR) that will mandate typ
The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the FAA signed a bilateral agreement under which they will evaluate simulators for each other.
Spring semester classes at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) started today despite an F2 tornado that ripped through the campus and destroyed mos
FlightSafety International achieved a first recently when it put a Citation Sovereign simulator into service at its Orlando Learning Center.
Despite comments on a variety of subjects regarding the FAA’s proposed Special FAR mandating training for Mitsubishi MU-2 pilots, the agency has made chang
Pilots of large-cabin jets who work as independent contractors complain that former airline pilots and young pilots willing to work for much less are under
AirData, the flight planning specialist, is preparing to launch its new SwiftOps.com online flight planning and crew briefing system this fall.
With seven full-flight simulators already in place at its new Farnborough flight training center in the UK, FlightSafety International expects to have an a